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. >>> fbi had a source in touch with osama bin laden over 10 years ago. why they didn't pursue it. why that evidence took so long to come to light. >>> and the producers of the film "the son of god" mark burnett and roma downey will tell you why you need to see it this weekend. it comes out tomorrow. >> your sins are for given my son. >> i thought only god could do that. >> what would be easier to say his sins are for given or to say he can get up and walk? ensureigh protein... fifty percent of your daily value of protein. low fat and five grams of sugars. [ major nutrition ] ensure. nutrin charge! . >>> time to take a look at what's happening around the country and across the globe. founder of greenpeace says there's no scientific proof that man is contributing to climate change. the former captain of cost concordia, now on board for the first time. francisco scott ini helping ship inspectors. >>> sensitive jobs after learning they committed crimes, sexual abuse, drunken driving. part of the new effort to reduce sexual assaults in the military. >>> just because march is approaching do
of a heart attack. he hosted "the dating game" that began in 1965. he was 81 years old. >> the fbi is investigating several acts of anti-wealth graffiti. the fbi is investigating it. investigators are not sure if this is an attack on the wealthy or kids pulling a prank. >> a man picked the wrong convenience store to try and rob. the whole thing was caught on camera. he went to an a&m in richard monday and demanded cash. the clerk grabbed the gun and tried to take it, and a customer grabbed him from behind and wrestled him to the ground. they say on the suspect until police arrived. >> don't ever, ever, ever do that. >> the guy holding the gun looked drunk. he was like give me your money, what do you got? >> and the customer just jumped right in. >> let's talk about some weather. really impressive rain moved through this morning. the good news, not a lot of storm reports even though there was a few branchs here and there down. we didn't have a whole lot. the next storm system comes is going to pack quite a punch. today we stay dry for the rest of the day. temperatures cool back in t
measures would reduce crime. >>> also, it's the bay area's wealthiest town and the focus of an fbi investigation. the vandalism leading to serious concern. >> and the bold move a customer made after a thief pulled a gun on a local store clerk. >>> plus, killer cannabis. why researchers say marijuana could be deadly. >>> nbc bay area news begins with breaking news. >>> breaking news coming out of the oakland airport. this is what we're hearing. a delta flight from los angeles had to make an emergency landing. there was issue of smoke or the odor of smoke on the plane. a passenger did shoot some cell phone video and in it you can hear the flight attendant try to get people off the plane. >>> are there any solutions to oakland's complex problems? last year the city led the nation in armed robberies per capita. 12 a day. there's new calls for tighter gun laws. >> but state leaders say those tough laws are only on the books. vicky nguyen joins us with some insight. >> reporter: when it comes to gun violence, fbi data lists oakland as america's fourth most dangerous city. that's why city
details regarding an fbi informant who was planted within al qaeda. according to numerous sources, the fbi had a mole inside al qaeda who actually met osama bin laden eight years before the september 11th attack. this mole knew bin laden planned to finance terror plots. the informant acted as a driver and confidante for the man who planned the 1993 terror attack on the world trade center. bin laden, though, apparently told the mole about a planned attack on a masonic lodge in los angeles. that information which helped the fbi prevent it from ever happening. >>> all right. so drought stricken california is finally getting a double blast of rain. but it comes with the possible flooding. heavy showers in the san francisco bay area knocked down trees and caused power outages in some areas. and wind gusts up to 45 miles per hour forced the cancellation of some airline flights. now following wednesday's rain a potentially stronger storm is on the way which could cause some severe flash flooding. but they need the rain since 2013 was california's driest year on record. residents are being warned
wednesday in the south of ukraine in the crimea region. nbc news learned exclusive details about an fbi informant planted inside of al qaeda. according to numerous sources, the fbi had a mole who actually met osama bin laden eight years before the september 11th attacks. and this mole knew bin laden planned to finance terror plots, but the bureau opted not to disclose that information to the 9/11 commission. the informant acted as a, quote, driver and confidant for the man who planned the 1993 terror attack on the world trade center. bin laden apparently told the mole about a planned attack on a masonic lodge in los angeles, that information in the end helping the fbi to prevent the attack from happening. >>> the nutritional panels on all those foods that we buy are about to get a bit of a makeover. today, michelle obama and the head of the fda will announce proposed updates as part of the first lady's push to help americans make healthier choices. nbc's tracie potts is in washington. and tracie, as we look at some of these possible changes, how might they make things easier, some will
and claim that the meeting, mike morell blamed segcant edits. and they picked up the phone and to the fbi and asked whether this was the case. and they say the fbi went ballistic and within 24 hours, the ciowa a said morell had misspoke. he made these accusations. >> mike morell lied. he blamed the fbi and later in may and november of 2012. >> reporter: the other thing to be listening for, we expect the senators to make a call for then ambassador susan rice who delivered the talking points to also appear on capitol hill to further understand why it was that she seemed to read what was begin to her rather than to do independent research. and in the last few minutes, i spoke to chairman of the house intelligence committee mike rod gers who confirmed they are reviewing the testimony of mike morell and david petraeus. they were leaving the door to recall to mike morell and petraeus. there were issues over the petraeus testimony about the benghazi attack in the 50 few weeks afterwards. they were unhappy with the characterization as spontaneous and like a flash mob. it seemed like the former l
. but she found herself targeted by multiple federal agencies, including the i.r.s., the f.b.i., the bureau of alcohol, tobacco, and firearms, osha, none of which had ever contacted her family's businesses before, her involvement in grass-roots activism. as ms. engelbrecht recently told a house committee, "we have never been audited, we had never been investigated but all that change the pofn submitting applications for the nonprofit status for true the vote and king street patriots. since that filing, my private businesses, my nonprofit organizations and my family have been subjected to more than 15 instances of audit or inquiry by federal agencies." make no mistake, the proposed i.r.s. rule would make it even harder for people like ms. engelbrech to participate in the political process, something that is her still right. and it strongly discourage other similarly interested and concerned citizens from exercising their rights. in other words, it would strike at the very heart of self-government and at the very heart of the american democracy. the i.r.s. was met to be a tax collection agenc
is it that we know what they are doing with this? >> the fbi has made it plain in a letter to congressional leaders that online gambling is something that they do not believe that they can control. >> when you have online gaming the way that it exists now in a handful of states, you cannot monitor or control it despite the efforts to do it. and we know that the terrace love to get resources here and this is the way they can do it. >> the money is crucial. >> thatts right. because we have tried very hard to trace funds that come from suspect organizations. and it's virtually impossible to regulate that according to the fbi. because of that there is no way to tell who the source of those funds are and where they are going and it poses a risk for us as we know. the world is not a safe place. neil: to require more snooping. >> what i'm advocating is going back to what the law was from over a decade until the obama and vision and the justice department unilaterally changed it. congress passed and president signed it the wire act, making it illegal to have interstate gambling. what happened was f
frank wolf is calling for a special investigation into revelations the fbi had a mole in osama bin laden's inner circle and the early 1990's. "washington times" or the news yesterday, including court documents showing the mold provided information that thwarted a terror tactic los angeles 20 years ago. that information was not included in the 9/11 commission report. congressman wolf says the panel will look into this new information. plants in the- works to give a well-known d.c. landmark a new name. tell could cost you if you power companies you do not want a smart meter on your home. foronight, a prayer vigil an arlington mother hit and killed by a dump truck. the police are >> arlington police are putting at a new call for potential witnesses to come forward to a deadly crash. onjennifer lawson died monday after a dump truck swiped a minivan while she was taking her child that of a car seat. tom roussey spoke with her pastor. this is really affected the entire community. and pastory has come says that most of the folks who go to little falls presbyterian live in the community, so what
, it's not working today. >> maybe that's just me. >> coming up on "new day," new fbi information on a mole who had access to osama bin la din eight years before the attacks. we'll give you the latest. >>> also ahead, she sure sounds like she's running. hillary clinton delivering a big speech in florida. did we just witness a preview of 2016? female announcer ] we eased your back pain, you turned up the fun. tylenol® provides strong pain relief while being gentle on your stomach. but for everything we do, we know you do so much more. tylenol®. you're an emailing, texting, master of the digital universe. but do you protect yourself? ♪ apparently not. when you access everything, you give everyone access to everything about you. but that's ok. while you do your thing... [ alert rings ] we'll be here at lifelock, doing our thing. watching out for things your credit card alone can't. [ alert rings ] and relentlessly protecting your identity. get lifelock protection and live life free. [ alert rings ] what is this place? where are we? this is where we bring together the fastest inte
are the facts, at 9:00 this morning the attorney general went to his regular meeting at the fbi then walked back across the pennsylvania avenue to his office in the justice department for a regular 9:30 a.m. meeting with his senior staff in the big conference room adjacent to his office. an official who was in that meeting says that at one point the attorney general said i'm not feeling well, i'm going to excuse myself. you all go on with the meeting and stood up and went into his office, talked to his security detail and this official says the members of his detail persuaded him he should get to the hospital he was taken there by ambulance and admitted for some tests. the justice department said in a statement that he was resting comfortably, in fact, we're told the attorney general himself reviewed the statement before the justice department put it out. so he's obviously alert and talking to his doctor and talking to members of his staff. they say he's doing well. we're all waiting to finds out what the results of the tests indicate about what happened. >> and we actually now have breaking new
with his constant abuse and the abuse of buyers. >> congressman wolf says every fbi office in the country ought to have a task force fighting child sex trafficking. >>> a clerk with the prince william county circuit court filed paperwork to appeal the ruling that make's virginia's ban on same sex marriage unconstitutional. the u.s. district judge wright found the voter approved measure violates the equal protection clause of the 14th amendment. >>> in maryland more than 20 democrats in the legislature want to put a rush on bills to raise the minimum wage to $10.10 an hour. >>> maryland's public service commission thinks you should start paying to opt out of having a smart meter installed on your home or business. the one time or up front monthly fees take effect with the first billing cycle. after july 1st pepco, bge, delmarva power customers will have to pay, but you can decide which sort of payment you want to make. >>> a few million here, a few million there, pretty soon you're talking real dollars. today the folks who run d.c., maryland and virginia were talking real money they've jus
have something in your back pocket? >> yes, my badge, fbi. >> great answer. >> but the longest exchange. >> we get people's identity. >> really? >> be serious. >> the biggest mistake these people made. >> victor, don't. >> victor, i have -- victor, i have your -- the whole thing. >> keep your eye on victor. >> i already got it victor the whole thing. >> it's a fake, it's a fake! >> now according to the guy, he said he was being assaulted, but i think he might deserve it for doing a prank like this. >>> that's it for us here at "rtm," we'll see you next time, everybody. [son] she has no idea. [man] no one told her,right? [son]hi! [mom screams] >>> live from new york city, it's wendy williams. today the very funny mike epps tells wendy about taking on a more serious role in repentancr. plus oscar predictions and the latest juicy hot topics. now here's wendy.
on the incident. the prosecutors have been working with the fbi to gain access to the sprinter's iphone. lawyers will acknowledge have a few days to analyze the iphone records. i don't know why they couldn't crack open the iphone. i have a niece that can do that. >> they should call my son. that is exactly right. this is a very unique development because the prosecution, although they're playing this down and saying they have loads of evidence and are confident, they know they have to bet into this iphone 5. a tipping point. several witnesses have compelling testimony but they were not in the compound at the time of the crime. so no one will know whether or not they were able to get access into the critical phone. >> if you're prosecuting this thing you want that information as quickly as possible. i don't understand how you can put off a meeting with apple if that is necessary, for a whole year. >> that's right. and their response to that, which is curious, we had to go through the united states judicial system and the fbi, but i agree with you, it's very curious timing, and the defense is scre
unchecked for years because the fbi was conducting an investigation. now that that is over, federal law kicks in, meaning a number of these companies will be forced out of business, affecting thousands of patients and employees. companies threatened launched a counterattack. this person came to the news conference at the press conference today. denounce called ultra the d.c. government cutting off medicare payments to them, $400,000 per week's worth. we represent immigrant africans who want to get into industry they do not want to let us in. >> last week, the u.s. attorney announced raids for medicare fraud and 20 arrests, but nobody at altra was arrested, so the family asked, why are there workers here being punished? not everybody who was involved. some people are innocent. >> i don't want to move her. >> these workers received their last checks on valentine's day. city is not apologizing, saying that no one may have been arrested, but altra is suspected of fraud and under federal law the suspicion means they are cut off until they are cleared. that was put on hold because of the fbi
in terms of history, and in the 48 years that j. edgar hoover ran the fbi, even hoover's secret files did not quite reach 33,000 pages. >> reporter: late today with scrutiny on the secret files mounting, the national archives announced it would begin uploading all 33,000 pages of the withheld documents to the national archives website starting at noon central time on friday, a process that will take about two weeks to complete. even clinton allies agree the drip, drip, drip disclosure of '90s era documents could prove problematic as mrs. clinton mulls over another bid to hold the job her husband once had. >> while it was a successful one, i don't think at this point bill or hillary wants to relitigate issues from the past. i think they would like to look to the future. >> reporter: by way of context, the eisenhower library in abilene, kansas houses 20 million records of which 350,000 still considered to contain sensitive national security data remain classified. bret? >> james, thank you. what do you think? do you think the clinton files will produce much? do you think those documents cou
questions of his staff. they have been instructed not to say anything. in the meantime, the fbi said to be hoping possible, will best possible criminal charges. from the gridiron to the diamond, quarterback for florida state, also plays for the seminoles baseball team. he had two at-bats in a next mission game against the yankees yesterday. a groundout and strikeout. nader he said it was close to -- later he said playing the yanks was close to surreal. earnings bonanza today. we will start with retail. target topping estimates. abercrombie & fitch also talked the analyst estimates. the company announced it would buy back $159 worth of shares in the current quarter. lowe's also announcing a buyback, supporting in-line earnings before your forecast is below the estimates. turning to airbus, record backlogs of 21% over last year in spite of over $1 billion in write-downs. i spoke with the cfo and this is what he told us about the challenges he faces. >> this is -- we had to take a charge in the 2013 numbers. we need to make sure the ramp-up in line with the schedule and the customer com
usa but found out a man had taken naked pictures of her through the camera on her computer. the fbi investigated and saw how easy it is using a computer or smart phone. >> you see ads on the side of the computer on facebook if you click on them, may reroute to you a different page. in secret, it's down >> wolf recommends changing pass words deleting cookies and covering up cameras >> target's massive data breech is proving very costly saying fourth quarter profit was down 46% and sales fell 5.3%. target is worried >>> delta airlines making dramatic changes under a plan, delta will reward flyer who's buy priceyest tickets opposed to those who fly the most piles. this is scene to lure the business carrier. >> now to the story of a special curbside delivery. >> a mom wouldn't wait and gave birth on a new york city sidewalk with the help of strangers >> this incredible video shows a 39-year-old pollee mccork giving birth on a busy manhattan sidewalk after going into labor unexpectedly in her apartment. she says her doorman tried to hail her a cab but was stymied by rush hour rivals. >>
to bust pimps and help get the lives of victims back on track. the fbi estimates nearly 300,000 children in the u.s. are victims of sex trafficking. and like austen, they can be the kids next door. >> what a terrible feeling that is to feel like at 14, 15, 16, 17, you know that your life is over. that no one's ever going to see you the way you want to be seen. >> reporter: for a problem that is not going away, around the country tonight, there are signs like these, designed to help victims out of the shadows and put the traffickers that lured them there behind bars. clayton sandell, abc news, denver. >>> in international news today, the u.s. hurled a tough, new warning at russia. saying a military intervention by russia in ukraine, would be a, quote, grave mistake. secretary of state john kerry urging restraint. saying, quote, this is not "rocky iv." the tough talk as russia flexed its military might today. russian president vladimir putin ordering his troops to conduct military exercises on ukraine's doorstep. >>> and from russia, next to china, tonight in the grip of an epic dome of sm
to be investigating possible criminal violations by the bitcoin exchange. the fbi is probing criminal activity at the exchange. this comes after mtgox was shut down when hackers stole bitcoins. banning drivers from wearing google glass. the device is in the experimental change, lawmakers are concerned about the potential for distractions. google has hired lobbyists to educate lawmakers about the device. >> barnes & noble reported revenue that fell in the third quarter. sales were down 50%. spending in the north division is being cut after lowering prices to clear inventory. the company did announce plans to release a new model. now to security flaws at some tech companies which seem to be coming all too common when apple introduced an update for its software. this is coming as they have discovered another flaw that allows harmful apps to log all of your keystrokes. apple has said in the past that it does not disclose, discuss, or confirm security issues until a full investigation has occurred. our senior engineer joins me now. the founder has been covering this. we start with you. how big of a
in washington times reports fbi put a poll in al qaeda. he met with osama bin laden 8 years after 9-11. he planned terror attacks. the man was the driver of the blind chsheikh who mastermind t bombing at the world trade center. >>> harry reid calls obamacare stories lies. doug luzader has more on that and the fallout. >> sn gnat majority leader harry reid is going after conservatives or funding efforts to oppose it. in it are the koch brothers. reid says all of the horror stories are untrue. he later had to backtrack a bit. >> i can't say that everyone in the koch brothers ad are a lie. as we look out against this terrible dishonesty of these two brothers who are about as unamerican as any one i can image. >> some conservatives point out the left attacks the koch brothers for spending millions on political ads another puts spending at 15 nights on political donors. republicans quickly responded to reed. >> families have been adversely impacted by obamacare because of canceled coverages and higher premiums and higher deductibles. >> many may be from the mid term elections. many think obamac
the justice department, and the fbi in this case have actually maybe since the 1960's, tracked the press. >> two journalists recently discussed the disturbing trend. if we cannot provide confidentiality and if that confidentiality can be threatens in court, they will not be willing to too reveal what is going on in the government. >> that issue between the press and the government yielded a surprising result in reporters without borders latest world press freedom index. for more nan a decade, the organization has sent questionnaires to selected journalists researchers and human rights activists in 180 countries. the index considers media independent the environment in which reporters work, and transparency of government and private institutions that effect news gathering. this year, fin hand, the nether-land, and norway lead the list. but the u.s. regarded by many as the world's leading democracy, ranked 46th. one wrung above haiti. but questions the low rating for the u.s. >> i think overall, american journalists have very powerful protections, not the least of which is the everybody re
immigration papers and passed an fbi background check which found she committed no criminal offenses. that should make everyone feel really secure, your health records will be just fine under obama care. let's check on our feedback results. should government have a role in reducing obesity? right now, 52% of you say yes. 48% say no. what do you all think? >> it's the way it's worded. government should play a role along with parents and schools and communities and all of us. >> rick, quickly. >> i look to converting to 52% to a more -- >> thank you to margo and rick. the debate continues online at cnn.com/crossfire, as well as facebook and twitter. >> join us tomorrow for another edition of "crossfire" aaron burnett "outfront" starts right now. >>> next, the president gets personal about in america. getting high and the shooting deaths of trayvon martin and jordan davis. >>> plus the former head of the cia warns vladimir putin may be on the verge of going on the extreme. will he use military force? >>> response to our interview with ted nugent. will the texas gubernatorial candidate e
is that the republican mouthpieces. why don't they also want to know why the president said that when he has an open fbi probe into this matter? >> it is why president obama says there is no scandals because he knows he will not be called out on this. it is why harry reid as you so correctly reported tonight was lying when he just dismissed every argument about obamacare. every story about obamacare as being a lie. why do they do this? because they feel they can. because nobody but fox is going to cover this and they turn around and attack fox. >> and not just attack fox, now it has crossed over to a different place. now you have harry reid as you just pointed out, calling the testimonials of americans, cancer patients, saying they're all liars. and then you heard the folks in the sound bite saying this is a question about people getting worried about what will happen to them if they speak out against their government. because the government then punches back and most of the media ignores that. >> people are -- megyn, people are scared to death that if they criticize this president they will be targeted
of the states that does background checks on and a navigators. >> they sure do. i have been able to pull the fbi check on her. to their credit it doesn't mention prior conviction. it's more of a national security scare she was able to get in the country by lying to begin with. >> all right. she is not currently a navigator, right? when they did find out they did move swiftly? >> that's right. in the wake of her indictment for lying on her application papers the department of buried the disciplinary report. >> aside that revoking the license some sort of quiet procedure that's done that there wasn't sort of a public announcement that this had happened? >> it was public record but they definitely didn't make a fanfare of it. >> all right. now, is there any reason to believe that the rest of the navigators are illinois or other state. >> i found several felons convicted in the u.s. with histories of financial crimes. i think overall this is program with not enough oversight. federal government doesn't require background checks. illinois clearly even a background check doesn't cut it always. >> jill
to investigators, even after he confessed and was riding in the car with the fbi, romano kept ranting and raving. an agent said, why don't you just let it go? romano said, "i'll never let it go." back to you. >> andrea, thank you very much. dramatic stuff. >>> let's go to the ten-year note and look at the yield. we had our third a auction in a row according to rick santelli and the yield on the ten-year hasn't budged. you're up to date after strong demand on the seven year. >>> meantime, the bond market followout from detroit's bankruptcy and puerto rico the financial crisis is catching the eye of the sec. bob pisani is with the sec's dan gallagher in a first on cnbc interview down at the nyse. bob? >> and nyse commissioners rarely appear on our air. dan does. thanks for joining us. before i ask about the bond market. news here. a british man charged with breaking into the computer servers of the federal reserve. the federal reserve. is our financial system safe from hacking like this? >> look, hacking is a constant threat, bob, and something we have to be completely vigilant about at the federa
down to the fbi and gets, you know, some of the latest -- what the latest threats are on terrorism and so on. some of the biggest cases that they have going. so it is a pretty long day that he has. and as you said there's been a lot of speculation as to how long he was going to stay in the job. he says that he wasn't intending to serve all two terms of president obama. he told us in an interview in november that he expected to stay well into this year in the office. so there's a lot of speculation that perhaps later this summer we might find out of his plans to leave. but he does say he loves his job. it's the best job he's ever had. and he's defied a lot of skeptic who is thought he wouldn't last this long. >> and he's in the news, evan, almost every day. over the last few weeks alone on the issue of marijuana in states saying the federal government will not impose federal laws in states that have legalized marijuana. just this week on issues particularly concerning gay rights he said the state attorney general should not have to defend laws that they do not feel are constitutiona
of breath. he excused himself of the meeting, went next door to his regular office. and that's when his fbi security detail insisted that he go to the hospital. they called an ambulance. he was taken by ambulance to washington medstar hospital. i'm told by someone who was there that he was joking with some of the emts as he was being rushed to the hospital. and he is now in the hospital. he's resting comfortably. he's joking, talking to his doctors. so it appears whatever it was he's now in good shape. right now we don't know exactly what caused this, just that he complained of some faintness and some shortness of breath. >> and he's generally was regarded as pretty good condition, not overweight, tall and seemed to be just fine. so let's hope it's nothing serious. and you'll continue to monitor it for us. update us, evan, when you get more information. let's hope he's out of the hospital fairly soon. >>> other news including new information that's now surfacing about the new jersey so-called bridgegate scandal. documents have just been released revealing conversations between a former top
rules released today by the fbi are aimed at may debt help bill will make healthier choices. julianna goldman joins me. what are the changes proposed to my then in jerry's ice cream. should mention ben & jerry's ice cream. i happen to have brought a prop. sometimes we bring props for live television to give you a sense of what these changes will mean. if you're anything like me, when you see a serving size is half a cup, do you really eat half a cup at one sitting of ben & jerry's? let's look at what the label tells us and what it is actually going to change according to this proposal. the calorie count will be much bigger. everything you see here, bigger font, calories in particular going to be a lot bolder, serving sizes are getting bigger. instead of this being a half cup serving size, it will be one cup , two servings per container. total fat is 50% of the daily value, saturated for -- fat, 45% of daily value. the most controversial item is the proposal on a separate line to list added sugars. this is one of the biggest contributor's to the obesity epidemic in the country, one thi
. i've met with homeland security, fbi to try to resolve this iss issue. and unfortunately to say since i've been asking questions, it seems to be getting worse. i'll discuss it with you privately. it's not your responsibility but again tsa does have some bearing his i just want to discuss a we deprived that i do want to cause any other extra problems to the person by mentioning his name publicly. >> glad to take up for the record. >> let me also say i agree with the jurisdictional problems. i think it detracts from your mission. it's something i would like to fix. we have a hearing scheduled on this issue, and the aspen institute he met with a very good video called homeland confusion or so with that i recognize the gentle way from texas, ms. sheila jackson lee. >> thank you very much, mr. chairman, for the string. secretary, again thank you for your commitment to service. and might i just echo two of my preceding colleagues, it would be great if we ourselves self regulated ourselves with respect to the streamlining of committees that address the question of homeland security. so
across 48 years of directorship of the fbi and a man known to have a penchant for secrecy did not squirrel away a total of 33,000 pages of secret files. scholar also cautioned us about the actual volume of records that will become public after march 26th. >> i will believe what's released, i think, when you see what's released. because there are all kinds of technical categories of release. for example, a document is released even if -- it's considered released even if one line of it is unredacted and the rest remains blacked out. >> reporter: one interesting fact here, both former president clinton and the incumbent, president barack obama, had to sign off on the release of those 20-25,000 pages that are going to become public sometime after march 26th, martha. martha: well, folks would be interested in this even if there wasn't the possibility of hillary clinton running for president, but now that there is, they will have an even more interest in, take an interest in seeing those. james, thank you very much. >> reporter: thank you. ♪ bill: there are new questions being rai
others were badly damaged. no word on a cause. >>> the fbi is investigating several acts of vandalism. anti-wealth graffti has been found. the fbi is handing the case because they track activist movements. we'll check weather, good morning. >>> good morning, scott. we're looking at another round of showers and thunderstorms that arrive tonight. it will be stronger than the one that came through this morning. go on twitter, we're doing a live chat right now. search nbc bay area weather. a lot of the activity is falling apart and not going to continue to hold together. jacket weather today, 60s for daytime highs. mike, how is the drive? >> it's a little better now. looking here toward palo alto. southbound 101 things were gumming up until about five minutes ago when it started to move more smoothly. on the east bay side we're looking at oakland. that is not bad and the slowing is gradual approaching high street. the south bay northbound on the 101. the orange means speeds are closer to 55. that's good news. >>> another local news update for you in half an hour. >>> from nbc news, this i
the fbi for the talking points. they said that was inaccurate. what do you know about him and why this situation? >> it's a great question. i know him and he's great. and i know katherine, and her reporting is always on the mark. what katherine's reporting, as you pointed out, there are serious process problems in cranking these talking points up for the white house. i think the issue, the real issue here is that cia decided to write the talking points. we never did that. we could have a good day in the oval and steve would call us up and say that was a great briefing, that's on the front burner. we will asked questions about it, get it right, write the talking points. and we said no, talking points of that nature, that's political speak. you write that. >> and i understand you weren't there, but it was inaccurate. that's the problem. the secretary of defense had a different opinion at the time. and the military and mr. hicks in the eye of the storm never staid it was a video. and with the power of the cia behind him, it makes everybody in the cia look bad. >>, for example, who di
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